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October 21, 1890 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-21

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VOL. I. No.21.
The Needs of the Unvasity Pr lct -
cally Unimito.
Tlie Dotroit ,Joulrilal of last eve-
lirng quoted l'r. Xuooell as saying
tihat the two sp~eciail ieeds of thie
111estat present, ale a g)'iii-
Basuin and a newV Law bnildillg.
Tis mlay be conlsideredi as ilius-
trative of tile great growth of the
1J, of M., but notihing further. A
representative of tihe DAILY called
upon .Dr. Anugell and was assured
tihat tihere is nlothling Inew illtile
mlatter. W~e need a gymlnalsiumll,
but, as tile presileent ponted out
Ill his report, it would be unwise
for u5 to acceipt one insufichienlt
for our needs. Tile law building
1s crowded, and a new one iss
needed; but as Prof. do Pon~t says:
"We do not nleed a new law build-
ing maore thlanl we need a new
maedical buildinlg or a newI build-
'119g for tile othler departments.
Weare over crowded everywihere."
As tile president's report p)ointed
out it will be necessary eithler to
enlarge tise quarters of tile stu-
dents of law, or by increased
requiremen~ts to lim~it tile
attendance. Tile law lecture
room will seat four hlundred stu-
denlts and'tllere are five hundred to
be seated. it is a great tiling lo
be a memnber of tile largest univel'-
szCv in tile thlree Americas, but
there are a few comnpensating die-
A Midnight Search.
Tiler0 is a black-eyed Freshmlanl
girl living east of tile campus wiho
' a introduced to Ann Arbor
streets hler very first nigiht in} town.
The story was so rich that siae was
unable to keep it.
"The first eventng after I came to
4&211 Arbor," said she, J started with
ilj 111Y'-11111to cali il0a 1riend1who lip 10)
nit dnte0 tr.A i o 1). hy ut we hadl a friend, a "tollo-
liorel w kit ew liil about it, 5so c tell
s111.te walkedt and01walked,- an
suddlylil came Cou~t 1upon11arailroad
track. That 'was not the way, 50 we
turnled back 1111(1aater iwalling atil
ur two) we 1sa ahouse NvichIllooked
aIs if it mlighltlie the ople. So our ga~l-
lintleaider ranlg tile hell 11111 asked ter
Mrs. Dr. B., but tile lady thoiugiht lie
saidi Dr. iB., 1and(senit himlaull)stairs to
tile roomllof 11 Medical stluienit.Ie
50011 founld iut hisilmistake anld caele
hack lookinlg rathler shleepish. We
walked a long way alnd tried a~nothler
holue, an~d thlere we learned thalt Mrs.
Dr. Bi., wilo used to litre ill that 110110,
h111d beenl (ead fer several years. Next
C. triedl 11 door lit a Medlicall Fraternity
house5. AWe beganl to thiiik thalt we
were lost, bit C. said lie could hflldtile
wciy itflie wold go idowni to State
street. So we weiit, bult you elai guess
we were surprised to see our sophomilore
friend turil around andi go bek tile way
we caml~e. We wlalked severlibloeks anld
thlen we camile toll stopl. Illsked C. if we
were 1lost. No, oil no, hilt I guess I will
lask thait mall where weC are.' So lie
lasked the 111a11 if lie could direct us to
WVashtelllwlavenelll.Ilie said thait
wlas tile street 'wC were 011. Tiheln
asked tile way to Geddes alvenlue, lald
we foun~d thlat we were at the corner of
that street. Well, we walked and
walked, till I was mere tired thais I
ever was before in my life, alnd at last
we reacihed the place. It was awfully
late sild weC had heelltwolloulrs and
seventeena minlutes illgoing, and we
walkedIhonle ill ten minlutes. Next
time I want to go a nywhlere I shall get
someodhiiy to show me thle way, whle
(don't knlow evey ting. O11 yes, Ie
ra11 in~to a harhed-wire felnce and 1 tore
may dress, alndlye lhad a lard tiime
Tile heavy mnen of '93d are be-
ing selected for tile tnlg-of-wvar
At tile Sunday evenling service
at tile Methlodist cihurcih, it weas an-
nlounced thlat tile Wesleyan Guild
ihad boughlt a lot across tile road
from the Methodist cihurcih, and
would soon erect a large Guild
A New Chemical Society.
Last Friday veuitig a saeetinig
was~ called 1(o discuss tile feaisibili-
ty of starting a itewv Cheiiical So-
ered aiild 1111111 entulsiasmn
airouised. A commilittee of six
met Satulrdav- to draw rIlip aconsti-
tultiol, 'wlhicdh will be considered
at the next mleeting, to be ieid
Friday evenin~g next. Ill some
respects tile new society differs
materially from the old one. Tile
requliremnents for mnembership will
be 111010stringeint.
Thoughviess Students.
At chilpel tis mingllll, Dr.
Anlgell spoke aboult the mlatter,
which s0111 stuldents are apt to for-
get,of slmolcing ill tieale11. lHe also
chlarged tile stuldents to exercise
self-comuuaind iil tile valriouis po-
liticall meetillgs to be held illtile
city, and in tile studenlts' mleetings
tihat will soon be called. It is to
be iloped thlat all studenlts will
hleed tihis advice. A very few
disorderly students call work
great hlarml to tile fanie of tile
University. And tile University's
prosperity depends upon the
breatil of popular favor.
An $15800 Scholarship.
The examinuatiomn for tile Stin-
necke Scilolarshlip takes place tis
week at Princeton. This sciholar-
shlip, valued At $1,800, is tile
largest prize given in any Ameri-
can college.
Tile competition is siharp and
tile tests severe. Tile prize is giv-
en for proficiency in the classics,
and is open only to members of
thse Sophlomore class. There are
eleven competitors, many of
whlom have been working for the
prize steadily for over a year.
Wright, Kay & Go.
Foa2n'auel. . aoIt0)003o0 Gento
and t Godn ,..'V r s d Op-
op - ttrers ohfhtha
Fin s:Socoytu P o? s darinti)-
a I trui. Sap a es'etoi pn pro-
Deri,- - Miohlgan.
Both Worked.
A sgood story is told of two of
the muost respecfed of tile 'profes-
sors at thle Ulniversity, whio 1uad
been oil a certini occasion to at-
telnd a religions conlvenhtionaof
somelOsort. On tiheir retuarn thley
were asked if tiley ihad enjoyed
tlheir visit. ''0, yes, immllensely,'
ansewered Prof. A, " only they
mlade mec earn my dinnuer." "Wily,
110 w lasthsat?" queried some one.
14 hlad to make a speechl." "And
how did you earn your dinner?"
was asked of Prof. B. "t0," was
tile 'instantaneous reply, 41"i s-
tened to A's speechl."
At tile annual fall* gaines at
Princetonl, Saturday' last, Carey,
'93, msade 100 yards in tise unpre-
cedented time of 91e seconds;
beating the record of Johln Owen,
Jr. Ile also equaled tile American
record in tile 220 yds. race; is
time 22 seconds, on a curved
track. Four experienced tiners
gave hlim these records.
Games Saturday-Harvard 36,
Williams 0; Wesleyan 4, Colom-
bia 0; Princeton 10, Crescents 0;
Yale 16, Orange Atletic Club 0.

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